UConn Women's Basketball Latest News 2022: UConn and Stanford meet again in the NCAA Women's Final Four

The University of Connecticut and Stanford University — two legendary women's college basketball teams — are meeting at the NCAA women's Final Four Friday night in Minneapolis

The matchup comes 27 years to the day when UConn beat Stanford in a previous semifinal game in 1995 in the same city and in the same arena, the UConn Women's Basketball account tweeted. After that game almost 30 years ago, the Huskies went on to grab their first-ever national championship

The same coaches who led their teams then, Stanford's Tara VanDerveer and UCONN's Geno Auriemma, are still at it

VanDerveer, who on Dec. 15 became the sport's winningest coach, is leading her defending NCAA-champion Cardinals. She's been the team's head coach since 1985. The team has three titles

The 2021-2022 season is Auriemma's 37th as the head coach of the University of Connecticut women's basketball program. The Huskies have 11 titles and are making an appearance in their 14th consecutive Final Four

This matchup comes after a nail-biting double-overtime thriller in Bridgeport, Conn., against North Carolina State on Monday. The Huskies were ranked No. 5 in the final AP Top 25 before the tournament. North Carolina's Wolfpack were No. 3

According to UConn, this game was the first double-overtime game in women's NCAA Tournament history in the regional final or later. It was also the first time the team won an overtime game in its tournament history

The team lost senior center Dorka Juhasz to a fractured wrist earlier in the game and she will miss the rest of the team's run in Minneapolis. The school said Thursday that Juhasz underwent successful surgery for the injury

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